dresses

Choose a Dress for Your Body Type

We all want to look good in clothes and have a well-thought-out outfit that will turn heads and make you shine. Buying new clothes is often very exciting but it can easily become very stressful especially if you’re looking for an outfit a few days before a special event. Deciding to wear a [...Read More]

November 28, 2014 // 2 Comments

Resort 2013: Carlos Miele

  Carlos Miele doesn’t ring any bells to me but I just glimpsed his resort 2013 collection and I’m loving it. The designs are definitely elegant, formal-esque, sophisticated, and very much ready to wear. Check out my favorite dresses below and tell us which you [...Read More]

August 26, 2012 // 1 Comment

My Tribe & b.makowsky

  The L.A.-based label My Tribe makes the kind of effortlessly cool clothes that turn a basic wardrobe into something sassy, poised, and a little edgy. B. Makowsky brings the same timeless styling and design expertise to their bold new line of shoes that have feminine vintage appeal. Put the two [...Read More]

May 11, 2011 // 0 Comments

nightway

For over twenty years, women have shopped Nightway for that special occasion gown, party frock or sensational cocktail dress, and it’s because their red-hot styles have always offered something feminine and flattering for women of all ages. Whether it’s a smart ivory grecian gown to [...Read More]

February 7, 2011 // 1 Comment

Eliza J’s absolute classic

The stylists for Mad Men’s leading ladies know it: there’s nothing more chic than a glamorous cocktail dress in a sumptuous jewel-toned color, like Eliza J’s festive fit-and-flare dresses. Shop for Eliza J dresses at ideeli.com [...Read More]

December 19, 2010 // 2 Comments

Josh Brody

Comfort meets cosmopolitan chic in Josh Brody‘s edgy, body-skimming designs that hit on the season’s most essential trends, from asymmetrical necklines to one-shouldered frocks. Feminine details like a cinched hemline and subdued ruffles add just the right amount of pretty in these [...Read More]

November 9, 2010 // 0 Comments